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History Calendar: July 06, 2006
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1189
King Henry II Plantagenet dies and is succeeded by his son, Richard I Lionheart. Richard would only spend a small amount of time in England, leaving the administration of his kingdom to various appointed officials. He was not very concerned about England and didn't even learn much English - he was much more concerned with protecting his possessions in France and making a name for himself that would last through the ages.

1415
Jan Hus was burned for heresy in Constance, Switzerland.

1439
Laetentur coeli, an agreement between Pope Eugene IV and Byzantine emperor John VIII Palaeologus, was issued in order to unify the Latin and Greek churches.

1573
Huguenot rebels and French Catholics sign Peace of La Rochelle, marking a pause in the French Wars of Religion.

1758
Clement XIII was elected pope.



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